All evening classes will be closed tonight and shifted online. Please check your eastern email account for instructions from your professors.
Esperanza College introduces the “Each One Reach One Challenge”. The college is committed to enhance the knowledge, skills, and outlook of young people and adults so that they can live even more thoughtful, positive, productive, and purposeful lives.
What is the challenge?
Esperanza College is bringing together the next generation of diverse health professionals in Philadelphia as it hosts its second annual Minorities in Health Sciences Symposium at its campus in North Philadelphia. About 200 students from leading area high schools who are interested in a variety of fields in the Health Sciences and STEM have registered.
A large and excited part of the Esperanza family gathered at the Esperanza Center in Hunting Park on May 25 for the graduation ceremony of the class of 2018 of Esperanza College of Eastern University.
The Esperanza Center was packed with people and bristling with excitement on the evening of Friday, Dec. 1 as our community gathered to celebrate the most recent graduates of Esperanza College of Eastern University. At the Commencement ceremony, 28 graduates received their Associate’s degrees in the areas of Accounting, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Health Sciences, and Medical Assisting.
This week, PCOM kicked off its second annual summer program aimed at improving diversity in the STEM+M fields (science, tech, engineering, math and medicine) by enhancing awareness of, and interest in, careers in those fields among African-American and Latino students from Olney Charter High School.
"I had the opportunity to professionally network with some of the key players', along with my professor, within one of the most prestigious companies, in the Philadelphia region," Magdalena Bazurto said reflecting on her participation in a networking event hosted by the Association of Latino Professionals For America, ALPFA, at Independence Blue Cross' headquarters in Philadelphia. She attended the event along with her professor, Curtis Bailey, program director of Business Administration and Accounting.